Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Speakers annouced for Gigabit Copper

Total Telecom
Tuesday 22 December 15

Total Telecom are delighted to announce the first speakers for Gigabit Copper 2016. Returning for its second year, this promises to be the definitive event for the copper extension technology market…

Total Telecom are delighted to announce the first speakers for Gigabit Copper 2016.

Returning for its second year, this promises to be the definitive event for the copper extension technology market, with interest having exploded in the past 12 months. The major focus will be on G.fast but there will also be extensive presence for the alternative technologies, as well as discussion of how copper and fibre co-exist, not just compete.

Confirmed speakers to date include:Gigabit Copper 2016
> Marcus Grausam, CTO of A1 Telekom Austria who will be analysing how you can combine copper extension technologies to supercharge your copper network and looking at how technologies are evolving.
> Neil McRae, Chief Network Architect at BT will present on their G.fast trials and plans for commercial deployment, giving you insights from a company that is leading the way on rolling out G.fast.
> Carsten Bryder, CTO at TDC will explore how to design successful business models that incorporate copper extension technologies and how they can form part of longer-term fibre business models.
> Alexandre Fonseca, CTO at Portugal Telecom will present the case for fibre investment now from the perspective of an operator that is leading the way on deploying FTTH in Europe.

Other speakers include Broadband Forum, Cetin Group, Orange, Point Topic, Sckipio, Swisscom, and Telenor.

Gigabit Copper takes place at Hotel Le Plaza in Brussels on the 8 March 2016. There is an earlybird booking rate available until the 8 January 2016. Find out more at www.totaltele.com/copper


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